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Remembering Cobain on the cusp of fame

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / April 5, 2004

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Ten years ago today, Kurt Cobain put a shotgun to his head in a small room above the garage at his Seattle home and traded in his short life for eternity as a rock 'n' roll myth. The 27-year-old's suicide only deepened the already massive impact of his band, Nirvana. (Full Article: 1141 Words)

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